Cristiano Ronaldo asked to leave Manchester United: What condition did the striker impose on the English club?
Based on the above, the aforementioned source clarifies that Cristiano asked Manchester United to listen to the offers that come for him and in case of encountering a good opportunity he would make the decision to leave.
Cristiano Ronaldo would have leave Manchester United in the pass market this European summer and the rumors of his departure just 1 year after his arrival do not stop growing in England.
The bad sports news does not stop falling on the mythical floor of Old Trafford during the last months.
In this way, in addition to the terrible campaign and the bad market of passes so far, it could be announced that Cristiano Ronaldo would have asked the English club to leave the team in the coming months and the news took the attention of all lovers of this sport.
In this context, the scoop was provided that claims that the striker demanded from the English club his more than likely transfer in case a more than tempting offer arrives for the 37-year-old attacker.
Based on this, it should be remembered that the Portuguese arrived on English soil last season and signed a contract until mid-2023 so his disengagement must have and involve money in between.
Added to this, the main reason for the former Real Madrid’s desire to leave Manchester United seems to be quite clear and everything would be summed up to the UEFA Champions League.
In this way, after its sixth position achieved in the last Premier League, the club that is now led by Ten Hag will not say present in the highest international competition in Europe, a fact that allows to explain the situation that the historical scorer of the aforementioned competition is going through.
On the other hand, the lack of Champions League also worries Cristiano in what will be his preparation for the Qatar 2022 World Cup, a tournament to which Portugal qualified after winning the UEFA repechage against Macedonia and that will need a Ronaldo with international friction against big clubs despite being playing in the Premier League of England.